When Does the Little League World Series 2015 Start?

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Over the next several weeks, young baseball players from across the globe will get the opportunity to live out their dreams, playing in front of thousands of spectators at the Little League World Series, which begins Thursday, August 20.

Before these kids get to Williamsport for the main tournament, though, they will have to make their way through regional qualifying. Here’s a look at the dates for each of those tournaments:


United States Regional Qualifying

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Note: Click on each region to see the teams, results and schedule

Great Lakes: August 9-15

Mid-Atlantic: August 10-16

Midwest: August 9-15

New England: August 10-16

Northwest: August 9-15

Southeast: August 7-13

Southwest: August 7-13

West: August 9-15


International Regional Qualifying

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Note: Click on each region to see the teams, results and schedule

Asia-Pacific: Tournament complete; Tung Yuan LL from Chinese Taipei advances to LLWS

Australia: Tournament complete; Cronulla LL from Sydney advances to LLWS

Canada: August 7-16

Caribbean: Tournament complete; Los Bravos de Portezuela LL from Dominican Republic advances to LLWS

Europe-Africa: Tournament complete; AVRS School LL from Uganda advances to LLWS

Japan: Tournament complete; Tokyo Kitasuna LL from Tokyo advances to LLWS

Latin America: Tournament complete; Cardenales LL from Venezuela advances to LLWS

Mexico: Tournament complete; Seguro Social LL from Baja California advances to LLWS


Little League World Series TV Schedule

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Qualifying games can be watched on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 or the Longhorn Network, while all LLWS games will be on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC. Click here for the complete tv schedule, and here to watch the available games on WatchESPN or ESPN3.

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